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mazzei
18-03-2011
04:33 AUS(E)
cerco ricambi per 2300s coupe 1 e 2 serie ed un club amatori per quest'auto saluti
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Edited 18-03-2011 04:33
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Clare Luo
23-08-2009
02:00 AUS(E)
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mark.
17-08-2009
13:13 AUS(E)
Hi,
I am trying to find tyres for my Fiat 500F size 125 R 12 can anybody help?
Thanks,
Mark.
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MichaelRogerPerson was signed in when posted
08-06-2009
18:58 AUS(E)
Hello all,It is a New 500, full folding roof, no front blinkers, teardrop side blinkers, small tappered tailights. considering the quantity made, approx 3.5 million (total 500 versions) this is pretty early in production.

Parking Sensor
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Antonio Brancalion
26-09-2007
08:18 AUS(E)
G,Day,
I have a 1957 Fiat New 500, it is a Australian delivered right hand drive. Chassis number 79002. Can any body tell me when they started making RHD versions as actual production started in 1957 on the model and LHD must have been produced first. It is a New 500, full folding roof, no front blinkers, teardrop side blinkers, small tappered tailights. considering the quantity made, approx 3.5 million (total 500 versions) this is pretty early in production. Thanks for any assistance, sincere Fiat nut,
Antonio Brancalion.
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hiutopor
21-09-2007
16:19 AUS(E)
Hi
 
Very interesting information! Thanks!
 
Bye
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Bob
30-07-2007
09:21 AUS(E)
For Sale on Racing Heritage http://www.racingheritage.com.au/1001.aspx
2002 FERRARI 360 N-GT MICHELOTTO
Ferrari factory GT race car. This is the 11th of 16 cars produced by Michelotto under the direction of the Ferrari factory for competition in the world FIA GT championship and endurance events such as Le Mans.
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joey joe joe
19-05-2007
08:18 AUS(E)
hi i just bought the alfa jts 156 2002 but want to change the grill on to the 156 face lift 2004 would any body know if the grill would fit different models thanks
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Craig HuntPerson was signed in when posted
10-11-2006
21:59 AUS(E)
Good evening all,
cna anybody shed some light on how many alfetta GTV 2.0 litre turbos built by Autodelta were imported by Alfa Romeo into Australia in 1983.I believe there were 3.
If anyone has any info or background to these cars I would gretaly appreciate it.
Craig
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Susie
31-07-2006
20:51 AUS(E)
Hi Again Magnum.....well I am getting closer to buying a car......Have settled nearly on a 2000 model 156 v6 version but the Q4...i found it very nice and in my price range. I will be replacing the tyres when I get it and you said you put Firestone on your car..R u happy with them....and with not to much road noise from them....or would you suggest to keep looking perhaps a pirelli .

Thanks again

Susie
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magnum
12-07-2006
18:11 AUS(E)
Susie,

The new 159 comes with 17" alloys. Here's a news item I got off the web:
http://www.webwombat.com/motoring/news_rep...o-159-australia.htm

The 16" on the 156 weren't bad. I just love the telephone dial wheels. I recently put a new set of Firestone and they perform better than the original set.

Let's know what you get.

Cheers and God bless,
magnum
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Susie
12-07-2006
17:55 AUS(E)
What a hot looking car....thankyou for your advice and tips on the performance products ....will let you know which car I buy over the next few weeks - I would like to find one with a sunroof and pref 17's on it as well so heres hoping!.

Kind regards
Susie
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magnum
12-07-2006
12:44 AUS(E)
Susie,

Infact you can see it on carGuide website see:
http://search.carsguide.news.com.au/news/f...81161&vehicleType=3

Cheers and God bless,
Magnum
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magnum
12-07-2006
12:26 AUS(E)
Sorry Susie,

Those links didn't work. The 156 V6 6speed link is:
http://www.fastlane.com.au/News_Alfa/6-speed_156V6.htm

My Pro-Ma performance products website is:
http://www.pro-masystems.com.au/motor

Just copy and paste them (one at a time) to your browser (in a new window)

Magnum
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magnum
12-07-2006
11:53 AUS(E)
Sussie,

My V6 is the 6 speed manual (NOT the Q4 auto). I can't think of anything worse than a auto Alfa Romeo, somehow to me it is a inconsistency in terms. The manual gearbox in the V6 was introduced to Oz in 2002 see [url]http://www.fastlane.com.au/News_Alfa/6-speed_156V6.htm[/url]

Yes, the 2.5 ltr V6 manual is a stunning performer and, if you're an Afla Romeo enthusiast, the sound of the engine as you get above 5,000 RPM is pure entertainment (turn off the stereo).

Fuel consumption is quite reasonable. I use Pro-Ma Performance Products PT5 Plus fuel treatment to keep the engine clean, to enhance the octane and to improve fuel economy and the MBL8 Conc in the oil to keep the bottom engine lubricated and reduce friction, the enemy of power (I am a Pro-Ma Distributor, see my website [url]www.pro-masystems.com.au/motor[/url]). Fuel consumption is around the 9.5 to 12 ltrs per 100 klms depending on how you drive it of course.

My 159 is only the 2.2 litre 4 cyl but the power is 136 Kw (verses 140 Kw for the 2.5 V6 in the 156).

Cheers and God bless
Magnum
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Susie
12-07-2006
09:55 AUS(E)
Thankyou to Magnum.......I'm assuming your V6 is an semi - auto so did you notice a vast difference between the 4 cyl to the 6 cyl in performance (I have driven the 4 cyl and liked it but I thought the salespeed was a little sluggish so I am thinking of getting a V6) also how is it on petrol consumption. Sorry for all the questions but I appreciated your imput.

Susie
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